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Papa MaliPapa Mali Live at Trilogy Wine Bar on 2004-12-10 (December 10, 2004)

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Collection: PapaMali
Band/Artist: Papa Mali
Date: December 10, 2004 (check for other copies)
Venue: Trilogy Wine Bar
Location: Boulder, CO

Source: Source : DPA 4011 > V2 > SBM-1 > D8
Lineage: R500 > AP2496 > CDWave > flac > BT > upload to archive
Taped by: Ethan Alpert
Transferred by: Ethan Alpert
Keywords: Live concert


Description

Setlist

DISC 1:
01 Girls of Bosier City
02 Little Sadie (Early in the Morning)
03 Do Your Thing
04 Fire Water
05 Bantor
06 Man of Many Words
07 Bantor
08 Papa Mali - Otis Taylor Jam

DISC 2:
01 Sugarland
02 Bottle Up and Go
03 Keep Happy
04 Guilded Splinters
05 Bon Ton Roulet
06 Lone Me a Dime

DISC 3:
01 If I Ever Get Right
02 Shake
03 When The Levee Breaks
04 Bantor Jam
05 In the Night

Notes

Special Guest: Otis Taylor

Notes: Small room some chat. Set was 3 hours plus tape swap and fade in/out added at swap d3t03.
No music missed.

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Reviewer: jjwood64 - 4.00 out of 5 stars4.00 out of 5 stars4.00 out of 5 stars4.00 out of 5 stars - July 10, 2005
Subject: A very cool night by Papa Mali in Boulder
I attended this gig, catching Papa Mali for the
first time, and enjoyed what I heard. Not only
does Malcolm (Papa) possess some fine chops, but
serves up some greasy grooves, such as the
oozing take of "I Walk On Guilded Splinters"
and the grit he adds to the Led Zeppelin cover
that closes the main set.

For those who favor improvisation, you will want
to listen to the Papa Mali - Otis Taylor jam.
Picture those two, Papa's bassist & drummer,
and a percussionist (with Otis) working together
and clearly listening to each other. The beauty
of this jam that it is long on vision and very
low on wank (unlike many "jam bands" out there!).
There are several themes, and Otis concentrates
on layers for Malcolm to play off of. Not one
single musician dominates; instead, all truly
work together as one symbiotic unit.

If you've read this far, give this show a chance,
folks. Looking forward to seeing more Papa Mali
down the road.